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Bond Case Study

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Short case study for: Enterprise 2.0 Executive Forum, 2009

Short case study for: Enterprise 2.0 Executive Forum, 2009

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Bond University – Case study Enterprise 2.0 Executive Forum Peta Hopkins Enterprise Content Management System Project Manager #E2EF
  • 3. Quick Facts about Bond
    • Private, independent, not-for-profit University
    • Mix of international and domestic students
    • 2 broad categories of staff
      • Academic
      • General
    • 4 faculties + foundation college + English language institute
    • Campus is located on Gold Coast, Qld.
      • Postgraduate office in Sydney
      • MBA program in Japan
  • 4. Web 2.0 at Bond
    • TECHNOLOGIES
    • Blogs
    • Social networks
    • RSS
    • Wikis & other collaborative spaces
    • Social citations
    • Widgets
    • TRENDS
    • Self selecting
    • Ad hoc
    • Organic & innovative
    • TOWARDS
    • Teaching
    • Learning
    • Research
    • Knowledge Management
    • Communication
  • 5. What’s on the horizon?
    • ECMS Project
    • Content management system for website, intranet and enterprise-wide document management
    • 2.0 features planned
      • Blogs
      • Wikis
      • RSS – consumption and publishing
      • Commenting
      • Feedback
      • Simple content creation and editing
      • Social bookmarking button
  • 6. Take aways Build on what your community is already doing Use plain English – not geek speak Focus on people, not the technology Rigid controls discourage participation and serendipity
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